Anichinabe mythology

Anichinabe mythology

The mythology Anichinabé regroupe les peuples amérindiens suivant : Algonquins, Outaouais, Saulteaux, Ojibwés, Oji-Cris, Mississaugas, Potawatomis

The Anichinabe are a group of indigenous tribes speaking a root of Algonquian languages with a certain similarity. This set includes the Algonquins, the Outaouais, the Saulteaux, the Ojibwe, the Oji-Cree, the Mississaugas and the Potawatomis.

The name anichinabe means "original people". According to the Office québécois de la langue française, the spelling anichinabe (feminine anichinabe) must be preferred in French. In use, the spelling of this word remains however subject to variation. We thus note the forms anichinabe, anicinabe and anicinape in French, as well as the forms anishnaabe (borrowed from Anichnabé), anishnâbé and anishnape (borrowed from English).

 Anichinabe mythology

Anichinabe mythology (texts)